Most of the weight that space launches lift is fuel to break
their bonds with our little blue marble. Once you're in orbit, it takes
much less energy to move around, but that energy is crucial.
Solution: a system of refueling stations in outer space, mining fuel available nearby. The Shackleton Energy Company wants to be the first to do this (watch this video). They're looking for $25B in seed capital.
With Jim Keravala, Shackleton's COO, let's discuss:
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